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The movie is very simple, easy-going, a bit grotesque, and a bit melodramatic. And funny of course. Very suitable to watch once a year with your grandma if you have one. We have a supermarket in our town and, guess, the first time it opened (not so long ago, by the way), its alien atmosphere provoked people to behave in awkward ways. Now we are accustomed to such type of shops and the magic is gone.
The music is too loud sometimes and can cause headache. But that's all right. It is supposed to be fiery and hectic. The presentation of the events is quite childish and there will be no problem to watch it together with little children in a kindergarten.
7 out of 10. Thanks for attention.
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